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Phish 12/08/99
Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME
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Entered by Jason Sobel
Checksums all_ffp , all_ffp_48kHz
Disc Counts 2 / 3
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
10/30/05
12/05/2005
Source Summary FOB Schoeps mk4 > kc5 > CMC6 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Sony D-100 @48kHz; Sony D8 > M-Audio MicroTrack > CF Card > WaveLab 5.01b (48>44.1kHz) > CDWav > FLAC; Taped by Dave Flaschner; Transferred by Jason Sobel 
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Phish
December 8, 1999
Cumberland County Civic Center
Portland, ME

source:
(FOB) Schoeps mk4 > kc5 > cmc6 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Sony D-100 (@48kHz)

transfer:
Sony D8 > M-Audio MicroTrack > CF Card > WaveLab 5.01b (fades, resample to 44.1kHz) > CD Wave v1.94.5 > FLAC (level 8)

recorded by Dave Flaschner
transferred by Jason Sobel ([email protected])
seeded 10/18/05

notes:
48kHz FLAC files of the original DAT transfer have been archived, and are available upon request

Disc 1 - [75:22]
Set I
01 - [08:57] - Limb by Limb
02 - [05:18] - Back on the Train
03 - [15:30] - Down with Disease
04 - [09:29] - Fast Enough For You
05 - [14:49] - Ya Mar
06 - [00:45] - The Horse >
07 - [05:34] - Silent in the Morning
08 - [15:01] - Run Like an Antelope

Disc 2 - [44:54]
Set II
01 - [18:11] - Sand
02 - [04:33] - Dirt
03 - [19:35] - Piper ->
04 - [02:35] - Dog Faced Boy

Disc 3 - [45:52]
Set II continued
01 - [11:24] - Lizards
02 - [21:25] - You Enjoy Myself *
03 - [03:52] - encore break
04 - [04:41] - Golgi Apparatus
05 - [04:31] - Tweezer Reprise

* with a cappella "Tweezer Reprise" vocal jam

NOTE:
short static sound during YEM at 12:10.  This was on the DAT, and is not from the transfer.
I had patched this short static segment with the circulating (FOB) B&K 4011 source.  However,
I decided that the change in sound due to the different recording interuppted the "flow" of
the music more than the inital static sound that I was replacing.  Because of this, I decided
to keep it as-is, and you will hear the minor static that I'm talking about.

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48 kHz version info file:

Phish
December 8, 1999
Cumberland County Civic Center
Portland, ME

source:
(FOB) Schoeps mk4 > kc5 > cmc6 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Sony D-100 (@48kHz)

transfer:
Sony D8 > M-Audio MicroTrack > CF Card > WaveLab 5.01b (fades) > CD Wave v1.94.5 > FLAC (level 8)

recorded by Dave Flaschner
transferred by Jason Sobel ([email protected])
seeded 10/18/05

notes:
These are 16 bit, 48 kHz FLAC files and are identical to the original DAT recording.

Set I - [75:22]
01 - [08:57] - Limb by Limb
02 - [05:18] - Back on the Train
03 - [15:30] - Down with Disease
04 - [09:29] - Fast Enough For You
05 - [14:49] - Ya Mar
06 - [00:45] - The Horse >
07 - [05:34] - Silent in the Morning
08 - [15:01] - Run Like an Antelope

Set II - [90:46]
01 - [18:11] - Sand
02 - [04:33] - Dirt
03 - [19:35] - Piper ->
04 - [02:35] - Dog Faced Boy
05 - [11:24] - Lizards
06 - [21:25] - You Enjoy Myself *
07 - [03:52] - encore break
08 - [04:41] - Golgi Apparatus
09 - [04:31] - Tweezer Reprise

* with a cappella "Tweezer Reprise" vocal jam

NOTE:
short static sound during YEM at 12:10. This was on the DAT, and is not from the transfer.
I had patched this short static segment with the circulating (FOB) B&K 4011 source. However,
I decided that the change in sound due to the different recording interuppted the "flow" of
the music more than the inital static sound that I was replacing. Because of this, I decided
to keep it as-is, and you will hear the minor static that I'm talking about.
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all_ffp
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all_ffp_48kHz
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ph1999-12-08s2t08.flac:7c6439a953ab0d57dd873dde917acd41
ph1999-12-08s2t09.flac:62dc9fc479d0916c0c81b5ab7f4d08a0

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